Luigi Luini

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Luigi Luini

Professor of Economics 
Interessi di ricerca: behavioral economics, industrial organization

Fields of interest: -Microeconomics (uncertainty and information) -Behavioral and experimental economics -Industrial Economics Education: Università Bocconi, Italy, Laurea in Economia politica; University of Cambridge U.K., Research Fellow; Stanford University, Research Fellow. Temporary position: California Institute of Technology, Pasadena,Visiting Professor.

Main publications
  • Does Focality Depend on the Mode of Cognition? Experimental Evidence on Pure Coordination Games, with: E. Bilancini (IMT, Lucca) and L. Boncinelli (University of Florence), 2018, Quaderni del Dipartimento di Economia Politica e Statistica, n. 771, Università di Siena
  • Social influence in trustors’ neighborhoods, (with: A.M. Nese and P. Sbriglia), Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 2014, 97-110
  • Peer Punishment in Teams: Expressive or Instrumental Choice, (with M. Casari) Experimental Economics,  2012, 241–259
  • Demand cross elasticity without substitutability: An experiment, (with P.L. Sabbatini), Journal of Socio-economics, 2012, 255-65
  • Group Cooperation and Peer Punishment: An Experiment; (with M. Casari), Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization; 2009, 273-82
  • El final de la ventaja del decisor único: Un experimento, (with L. Ferrari-Bravo), in: "Contribuciones a la Economía Experimental", Cuadernos de ICE; (N. Georgantzis and A. García Gallego eds), 2009
  • Stackelberg: Oligopoly Theory and Industrial Policy, in: Economics and Institutions; ( P.F. Asso, L. Fiorito eds), F. Angeli, Milano, 2007, 62-74
  • Social Learning in Market Games, (with C. Altavilla, and P. Sbriglia), Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization; 2006, 61, 632-652